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There is no such thing as hard or soft Brexit
Should Britain go for “hard” or “soft” Brexit? It is a question laced with unspoken assumptions - the most important being that the UK must have access to the single market in exchange for an agreement that means we do not take back control over ...
Sunday Q&A: Why did Britain vote for the Brexit?  Richmond.com
Why Voters Don't Buy It When Economists Say Global Trade Is Good  New York Times
Budapest Times  
Improving flight delays: Is American Airlines charting the right course?
Travelers line up at an American Airlines ticket counter at O'Hare Airport in Chicago, Illinois, in 2014. Jim Young/REUTERS/File.
Union: American pushes pilots to speed up flights  Omaha World-Herald
Union chief says American pushing pilots to speed up flights  USA TODAY
Congress Asks USDA To Bail Out Dairy Industry
Concerned members of Congress afraid of a major collapse in the dairy industry are calling on the U.S. Department of Agriculture to assist farmers during record low milk prices.
With 3000 More Cows, Dairies Increase Milk Production in June  Farmer's Exchange
Gas prices continue to slip
As summer continues to heat up, gas prices continue to fall, according to the AAA Texas Weekend Gas Watch. The statewide gas price average in Texas is $2 for a gallon of regular unleaded fuel - a decrease of 3 cents from last week and 49 cents less ...
California Consumers Still Pay Up At The Pump  Fortune
Wholesale California gasoline prices plunge, consumers still pay up  Reuters
Rising revenue boosts UPS profit; 2016 forecast confirmed
CHICAGO United Parcel Service Inc (UPS.N) reported a higher quarterly net profit on Friday that met analyst expectations as revenue grew across its business units, and the company reaffirmed its full-year earnings outlook despite global economic ...
United Parcel Service's (UPS) CEO David Abney on Q2 2016 Results ...  Seeking Alpha
UPS Reports Strong 2Q Results  GlobeNewswire (press release)
Low Crude Prices Hammer Big Oil Companies
The world's biggest oil companies posted losses or steep declines in profit for the second quarter, and now face a daunting remainder of the year as crude prices retreat to about $41 a barrel.
Oil giants can't hide from doomsday market  The Detroit News
Gloomy days in the oil patch, but some see a glimmer of light  Longview News-Journal
City Power Play Report: Part 2 — Communities Choosing Clean Energy
In most states, a city wanting to change its energy future has two options: beg its utility or form its own. But one state-level policy opens a third way for cities to have more choice over their energy options: community choice aggregation (CCA).
Alta Energy Hires Solar Veteran Mark Bettis as Sales VP  Business Wire (press release)
Solar battles are shaping up on ballots  Tallahassee.com
N.J.'s 20 best wings, for National Chicken Wing Day
Wings, wings, wings, I can't get enough of them. One of my three desert island foods, along with ribs and donuts. I had wings for dinner the other night, and not to celebrate National Chicken Wing Day, which is today.
Here's where to get free wings on National Chicken Wing Day  CNBC
National Chicken Wing Day deals, plus tips for making them at home  NOLA.com
Stocks close mixed; S&P, Dow snap 4-wk win streak
U.S. stocks closed mixed Friday, the last trading day of the month, as encouraging earnings from major tech companies offset negative reports from some energy firms and a disappointing GDP report.
Don't Worry, Be Happy  Seeking Alpha
Stock Market Today: Stocks Mixed on GDP Disappointment  Investorplace.com
NextEra Loses One Outsider Fight, Picks an $18 Billion One
Just two weeks ago, Florida-based NextEra Energy Inc. lost its fight to buy Hawaii's biggest power supplier for $2.6 billion. The state rejected the deal over fears that an outsider wouldn't have its best interests in mind.
Former HEI suitor NextEra buying large Texas utility for $18 billion  Honolulu Star-Advertiser
A massive, failed deal that keeps paying out money to Wall Street  CNBC